January 27, 2023
German Court Founds Former Nazi Secretary Guilty Of Complicity In 10,500 Murders
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German Court Founds Former Nazi Secretary Guilty Of Complicity In 10,500 Murders

German Court founds Former Nazi Secretary guilty of complicity in 10,500 murders

A former secretary who worked for the commander of a Nazi concentration camp has been convicted of complicity in the murders of more than 10,505 people. 

Secretary Irmgard Furchner now 97 years old was taken on as a teenage typist at Stutthof and worked there from 1943 to 1945. 

Furchner, one of the few women to be tried for Nazi crimes in decades, was given a two-year suspended jail term. 

Although she was a civilian worker, the judge agreed she was fully aware of what was going on at the camp. 

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